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How's your dad?
Cómo está su padre?
How are you? (to the president)
Cómo está usted?
Title of vocab: "Greetings"
Los Saludos
Good morning, Mr. Merritt
Buenos dias, Señor Merritt.
What if I'm saying "good morning" to a woman? Is it BUENAS dias?
Nope. Dia is a masculine word. So it's always buenOS dias
Good afternoon, Mrs. Winfield.
Buenas tardes, Señora Winfield.
Good night, Miss Leeper.
Buenas noches, Señorita Leeper.
(How ya doin'?) Real good.
Muy bien.
(How are ya?) So-so.
Así-así
How's your mama? (formal)
Cómo está su madre?
How's ur family? (formal)
Cómo está su familia?
Hi!
Hola!
Hey!
Oye!
(How ya doin'?) Better.
Mejor.
(How ya doin'?) Bad or sick
Mal
(What's up?) Nothin' much
Nada de particular
bracelet
la pulsera
verb for memorize
memorizar
verb for find
encontrar
I'm talking on the phone
Hablo por teléfono
I'm correcting
Yo corrijo
to correct
corregir
to ask for (request)
pedir
this
if item is close to you
este or esta

(esTe) me 'n' this object are Tight, man :)
that
if item is close to who you're talkin' to
ese or esa
somebody
alguien
What's special about "yard" and "garden" in Spanish?
same word: el jardin
John needs to visit you. (To Kara)
Juan necesita visitarte
before
antes de
after
despúes de
until
hasta
for or in order to
para
Less interesting
menos interesante
when you're comparing stuff, what's so special about good, bad, young, and old?
Menos and mas are not allowed. You have to change their form entirely
better
mejor
worse
peor
younger
menor
older
mayor
The hippo is bigger than the buffalo.
El hipopótomo es más grande que el búfalo.
The zebra isn't less offensive than the impala.
La cebra no es menos ofensiva que la impala.
as important
tan importante
as big as
tan grande como

It's hard to remember the order of tan and como. Just remember that TAN is usually "as", so it goes first.

Or you could see someone in winter and say "You're tan!! How come?"

Or you could remember its reverse of the alphebetical order. Good luck!
you observe the traffic
observa el tráfico
to think
pensar
i'm thinkin
pienso
we're thinking
pensamos
to close
cerrar
I'm closing
cierro
we're closing
cerramos
to begin
comenzar
I'm beginning
comienzo
we're beginning
comenzamos
to confess
confesar
i'm confessing
confieso
we're confessing
confesamos
to recommend
recomendar
i'm recommending
recomiendo
we're recommending
recomendamos
to have
tener
i have
tengo
you have
tiene
we have
tenemos
to come
venir
i'm a-comin'!
vengo
we're coming
venimos
to want
querer
i want
quiero
you want (Kara)
quieres
we want
queremos
to prefer
preferir
i prefer
yo prefiero
we prefer

preferimos
they prefer
prefieren
What's special about playing a sport in Spanish?
you need a helping "a":

"despues de jugar a futbol"
Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures. 1 Corinthians 15:3b
Cristo murió por nuestros pecados conforme a las Escrituras. 1 Corintios 15:3b